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Be bold and beautiful as you show off your amazing figure, whether slim or curvy.
You are in the right place for some of the best Bandage Dresses that the online world has to offer. You can wear these dresses to weddings, or parties, or even throw on a denim jacket and have a walk around the town. These skin-tight dresses are fun and sexy and will make you feel like a celebrity. Whether you want long or short, a touch of lace or ruffles, paired with heels or flats...the bandage dress, with its layers of criss-crossing fabric, is sure to turn heads and keep everyone talking!
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Herve Peugnet, a designer and founder of Herve Leger Fashion House, introduced bandage dresses in the early 1990's. The style, originally designed to match the curves of a woman, became evolutionary. It is made from multiple thin pieces of cloth, woven together and shaped like a bandage. Stretchy fabrics, like spandex, gives it a more comfortable fit.
Choose from many different types and lengths of bandage dresses. Just go to the categories section, select Dresses and then click on Bandage Dresses. You can also use the drop down arrow from the top navigator or use the search box tool. We have some great prices that will work for any occasion, and match any taste whether expensive or frugal.
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Bandage dresses are very classy and unique. Although it may looks like it hurts, the bandage dress is actually quite comfortable. This is one "bandage" that you will love to be wrapped up in! So, be sure not to "hurt nobody" when you step out in your fly and sexy new bandage dress. You will not fail to impress!
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